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THET’s 2017 UHC Report Card

THET believes that we can greatly improve the chances of achieving Universal Health Coverage (UHC) by actively championing new forms of development such as the health partnership approach and by sharing the experience gathered from our country programmes. Last UHC day THET published a UHC Annual Report Card highlighting what we’d achieved over the year against the commitments we’d made. One year on we check on progress made and explore future commitments.

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THET Zambia Strategic Plan 2017-2021

Since 2009 THET has supported the implementation of new training programmes, developed capacity-building programmes for the local healthcare workforce and championed the role of Zambian health workers through evidence-based advocacy.

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Impact Report – Health Partnership Scheme 2011-2017

This report is designed as a factual account of successes, learning and impact of the 2011-2017 Health Partnership Scheme.

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Key Performance Indicators for 2017

This is the document we refer to in order to measure the impact of our programme work in 2017. It is intended to complement THET’s Strategic Plan 2016-2021.

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THET Strategic Plan 2016-2021

Devised over six months, in consultation with Trustees, staff and partners in the UK and overseas, the strategy describes our special relationship with colleagues in the UK National Health Service (NHS) and beyond, and our model of health partnerships.

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Health for All: Addressing the Unmet Need

THET’s 2017 Newsletter

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Do Health Partnerships run Better global health projects? A case study

At THET we believe health partnerships run better health projects than individual institutions or experts. It’s plausible that the trust, understanding & resources in a strong partnership lead to effective, sustainable health systems strengthening. But is it true?

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Case Study: Quality and the Health Partnership Movement

Impact Goal 3: Champion the contribution health workers are making to the development of our societies Case Study: Quality and the Health Partnership Movement

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